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Current rules tarnish 'great racing' - Horner

Sutton Images Enlarge Related Links News: Alonso takes no pleasure from Vettel duel News: Alonso likes to complain - Vettel Race: British Grand Prix Christian Horner says it is a shame for F1 that Fernando Alonso and Sebastian Vettel's battle for fifth at Silverstone was overshadowed by the drivers complaining to race control about the other exceeding track limits. Alonso and Vettel's 14-lap duel in the latter part of the race was the stand-out moment of the British Grand Prix, with the two former world champions going wheel-to-wheel on numerous occasions through Brooklands, Luffield and Copse. However their battle was tainted somewhat by both taking to the radio to complain the other was...
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